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Reduce power consumption in UWB chips
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One especially sweet spot for UWB and Wireless USB is in mobile, battery-operated devices requiring high bandwidth and low power consumption.
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Hi, is there any chance that we can get some figures to compare the power consumption between the UWB and other Technologies???.... Thank You
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Hi, I would like to know strengths for UWB,  we are developing 11n Wi-Fi with more than 100MBPS datarate. Thanks.
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Bluetooth and 802.11 would consume 18 percent and 7.6 percent of their batteries, respectively, to transfer 4Gbytes of data. In contrast, UWB would consume 0.75 percent of its battery.
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